SenX Technology recently unveiled their FirstLook Automotive Injector Diagnostic Sensor, model ADS ES 300 for troubleshooting fuel injectors.
The tool works by connecting to the fuel rail and a lab scope, or graphing multimeter. Most of you probably remember SenX's first product, the FirstLook
Automotive Engine Diagnostic Sensor, which focused on examining pulses and waveforms from the engine in pinpointing individual cylinder issues.
This new tool works in much the same way, but is focused on showing how each individual injector is performing. This is done by measuring fuel pressure spikes as gas goes in and out of each injector.
We placed this new SenX tool in the hands of Innovation Award panelist and ASE-certified Master Technician Mike Steptoe, owner of Reliable Auto Repair in Fort Atkinson, WI.
Steptoe offered the following thoughts and observations on the FirstLook? Injector tester.
For more information on SenX Technology's FirstLook Automotive Injector Diagnostic Sensor, model ADS ES 300
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